Binding: Publisher's blue cloth over pasteboards, stamped in blind and gold
View of the building -- Plan of the building -- Description of the plan -- Dedication to Miss Nightingale -- Introduction by Miss Nightingale -- Origina and organization of the Training School and Home for Nurses -- Letter from Miss Nightingale on the proposed plan for the employment of women in hospital, district, and private nursing -- Prospectus -- Explanations, authorities, and facts in relation to the foregoing prospectus -- Plan of education of nurses -- List and estimated cost of materials -- Method of working -- Appendix
Elmer Belt Florence Nightingale collection
The editor dedicates "this narrative respectfully to Florence Nightingale." Her introduction occupies p. 9-16. The book also contains a letter of hers, dated 30 November 1861, on the "training and employment of women in hospital, district, and private nursing, 1861." Frontispiece depicts the "Liverpool Nurses Training School & Home"